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Americans and religious liberty: A new poll yields good news and bad news

Americans and religious liberty: A new poll yields good news and bad news

Should one religious tradition be given preferential treatment in the United States? I think most of us would emphatically say, “No!” 66% of Americans agree. But there’s some bad news as well.

Marco Rubio is being widely touted as a potential 2016 Presidential candidate. Naturally, he’s getting a head start on shoving his head someplace dark and pretending the world just might be 6,000 years old.

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CNN’s Belief Blog questions the continuing influence of the religious right.

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While we at Secular News Daily only brought up Florida’s Amendment 8, which would remove the Florida constitution’s ban on taxpayer funding of religion, there were three “social issues” ballot measures promoted by conservatives.

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Counterfeit Caucuses: State legislators say they’re for religious freedom, but don’t buy it

Expect a new round of church-state problems in the state legislatures soon. “Religious Freedom” caucuses will be appearing in nine state legislatures, with a goal of one in every state by the end of 2013.

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Atheists grade presidential candidates: A choice of lesser evils

The Secular Coalition for America yesterday released its 2012 Presidential Candidate Scorecard for the general election–a guide for secular-minded Americans on the presidential candidates in the upcoming election.

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On Tuesday, October 16, Rev. Steven Baines, Baptist/Disciples of Christ Minister, and AU Assistant Field Director for Religious Outreach, will share the truth about Amendment 8 in his presentation: “Don’t Take the Bait on 8″.  The event takes place in St. Augustine on Tuesday, from 7-8:30 PM, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of St. Augustine, 2487 A1A South, St. Augustine, FL 32081.

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The GOP is throwing away millions of ‘None’ votes

On Tuesday, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life released a report titled ‘Nones’ on the Rise that shows nearly one-in-five adults in the United States have no religious affiliation.

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Religious leaders respond to the rise of the “Nones”

Religion News Service has interviewed a slew of religious leaders, asking them their thoughts on the increase of non-religious Americans–now 19.6% of the population.

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Mitt Romney makes a stand against church-state separation.

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